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The Welsh Terrier has a talent for hunting, but is curious, playful and friendly toward children.
The Welsh Springer Spaniel is a great hunter's companion, due to its talent of rustling game from bushes.
The Saluki descends from an ancient breed, beloved by the Pharaohs, and bred for hunting.
The Portuguese Water dog was bred in Portugal to retrieve for fishermen and to be companions, but they are best known for being easily trained and polite.
The Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen come from the Vendee region of France, are great diggers, and have a very heightened sense of smell, even for a dog.
The Lancashire Heeler is a short-legged spunky dog, known to excel at catching rabbits and its natural ability to herd.
The Kerry Blue Terrier, originally from County Kerry Ireland, has since become Ireland's national terrier, bred as a farm herder.
The Hungarian Vizsla was originally bred for hunting, and almost became extinct during WWII, but was saved by the Hungarians, who were able to flee the occupation.
The Glen of Imaal dog is from the Glen of Imaal, Ireland, and has been bred for its excellence in hunting vermin, and makes a good family companion.
The Finnish Spitz was developed in Finland, and has since become the National Dog of Finland, but also is linked to Russia two thousand years ago.
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